Dizziness can be avoided
Dizziness is a painless head discomfort with many possible causes including disturbances of vision, the brain, balance (vestibular) system of the inner ear, and gastrointestinal system. Dizziness is a medically indistinct term which laypersons use to describe a variety of conditions such as lightheadedness, unsteadiness, and vertigo.
Vertigo usually results from a sudden or temporary change of the balance structures in your vestibular system or the balance structures’ connections into the brain. Vertigo can be caused by inflammation in the inner ear.
Meniere’s disease is involves the excessive build up in your inner ear. It could cause sudden episodes of vertigo, which can last several hours.
Vestibular migraine can cause dizziness lasting hours and days and can be associated with headache and light and light sensitivity.
Acoustic neuroma can be caused by benign growth on the vestibular nerve, which connects the inner ear to your brain. You may experience hearing loss and tinnitus on the side as well as dizziness or imbalance.
Sometimes, vertigo can be caused by a more serious neurological problem such as stroke or multiple sclerosis.
Dizziness can also be caused by sudden drop in your systolic blood pressure or inadequate output of blood flow from your heart.
Research has shown that Dizziness can be successfully treated by acupuncture and micro-current technology. This new therapy may help heal the damage to your body done by this disease so you can get your life back on track.